Ever wonder what all the rubbish you create looks like? This guy went one better …

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For 30 days, New Yorker Rob Greenfield is wearing every single piece of rubbish that he creates while living just like the average American which creates 4.5 pounds of trash per day. That’s 135 pounds by the end of 30 days. Most people never think twice about their rubbish, once it’s in the bin, it’s out of sight, out of mind. Through this project, Rob is out to change that. Trash Me will create unforgettable and shocking visuals of the trash that we create everyday, and inspire us all to drastically reduce our trash.

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Ian Carey

Ian is the editor of the Green News. He works as Communications Manger with the Irish Environmental Network.